Police Mocked In Fake Street Signs Illegally Installed In Twin Cities
As public fallout over the fatal police shooting of Justine Damond continues, an apparent protest surfaced on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul where at least two street signs mocking the local police were illegally posted.
“Warning: Twin Cities police easily startled” reads the signs that also had an image of a panicked officer firing off pistols, according to Fox9.com.
The signs were discovered on Sunday in both the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis and an intersection in St. Paul. Both were bolted to metal posts, similar to regular street signs.
The signs were eventually taken down by both cities’ respective public works departments, but not before photos of the signs went viral on social media.